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I installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS along side with Windows 7. I then, for some dumb reason, deleted the partition I installed Ubuntu on. I had Windows boot issues. I reinstalled Ubuntu and it works perfectly. However, I'm not able to see Windows 7 option on the grub menu.
I followed some steps online to fix Windows boot using Windows 7 installation USB flash drive. From the command prompt I ran:
bootrec.exe /fixboot bootrec.exe /fixmbr
The requested system device cannot be found
Apparently, the message is because I'm using a Windows 7 installation USB flash drive. I can't actually use a DVD because my Optical DVD Drive is broken.
So is there any way to get things work properly using a USB flash drive?
here's my boot info
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